Quoting Paul Jakma (paul at clubi.ie):
> On Sat, 7 May 2005, Conor Wynne wrote:
>> >>Translation: In 2038, your 32-bit Unix box will become a doorstop for
> >>software reasons.
>> This is incorrect.
Well, of course it's incorrect. I wasn't saying what the article said
was _accurate_. I was just summarising it, for those who might not wish
to spend the time.
But any excuse for a cheap shot, no matter how stupid, right?
> 32bit computers will work fine after 2038 presuming the software is
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